Gallagher Awarded Inaugural Adil Najam Prize for Advancing the Public Understanding of Global Affairs

Today, Professor Gallagher is counted amongst the world’s most prominent public intellectuals calling for the reform of the institutions of global economic governance. His career exemplifies the very essence of this award’s purpose, and he has set a high bar for those who will follow him.

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Gallagher Publishes Article on Chinese Energy Finance in Developing Countries

In order to understand and steer Chinese finance more towards renewable energy technologies in the power sectors of developing countries, Gallagher and his co-authors explore the domestic incentives for Chinese energy investment abroad as well as those in recipient countries that facilitate that investment.

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GDP Center Researchers Examine Legal Fees Associated With Climate Adaptation Efforts

The researchers find legal claims from oil and gas investors in response to government actions to limit fossil fuels could reach $340 billion, which would divert critical public finance from essential mitigation and adaptation efforts to the pockets of fossil fuel industry investors.

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Gallagher and Kozul-Wright Argue for Re-Orientation of Global Economic Systems

In their remarks, Gallagher and Kozul-Wright outline the motivation and purpose of the new book – “The Case for a New Bretton Woods” – which is to call for a global discussion to realign global economic institutions for our collective climate, social and development goals.

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Gallagher and Springer Discuss Trends in Chinese Overseas Development Finance

Professor Gallagher and Cecilia Han Springer talk about new findings from the GDP Center’s “China’s Global Energy Finance Database,” and outline China’s declining energy sector loans and what that means for future development financing and global green energy investments.

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Gallagher and Springer Argue for Renewed U.S.-China Collaboration

“Although U.S.-China relations are in a current freeze, the anniversary of Nixon’s visit to China merits reflection on how initiatives like B3W and the BRI could set a new tone for the next 50 years of US-China relations.”

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Gallagher Co-Authors “The Case for a New Bretton Woods

Professor Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright’s book outlines a set of principles for a new multilateralism and a blueprint for change across three critical areas of global economic governance: the international financial system, trade and investment, and development finance.

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